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can anyone tell me the problem

Sun Nov 23, 2008 2:17 am

I was given this script which was working on earlier versions.
Tried it on a 133c with 3.15 on it and no go.. I get an address but no net.
When I load the script it highlights chain I added chain=srcnat but that did not help
I have an rb150 acting as router dhcp server.
With this script, the cpe would get an address an away you go


#turn on all interfaces and delay for 3 seconds

/interface enable [find]
:delay 3
/ip address remove [find]

# Set SSID and band **** user change required ****
/ interface wireless
set wlan1 mode=station ssid="SET_ME" band=2.4ghz-b disabled=no

# Set customer name here if desired -- no spaces
# or crazy characters please *** user change required ***

/system identity
set name="Test_Client"

/ ip dhcp-client
add interface=wlan1 add-default-route=yes use-peer-dns=yes \
use-peer-ntp=yes comment="This interface talks to the tower" disabled=no

# This should be the IP inside the network...
# Doesn't need to be changed unless the network demands it (private network)
/ ip address
add address= interface=ether1 \
comment="LEAVE ME ALONE" disabled=no

/ ip pool
add name="dhcp_pool1" ranges=

/ ip dhcp-server
add name="dhcp1" interface=ether1 lease-time=1d address-pool=dhcp_pool1 \
bootp-support=static authoritative=yes disabled=no

/ ip dhcp-server network
add address= gateway= dns-server=

/ip firewall nat
add out-interface=wlan1 action=masquerade src-address=

/ip dns set allow-remote-requests=yes
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Re: can anyone tell me the problem

Thu Dec 04, 2008 9:11 pm

ros 3.x.x has some changes to syntax in the terminal. if you copy/paste your cmd line text in to a terminal, whatever is highlighted is a command that is no longer valid. you will need to rewrite your script using the updated syntax.
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